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NCRHA chief awarded $.9m
Posted: Friday, September 29, 2023

NCRHA chief awarded $.9m over social media posts
The order was made after the judge said she found that Siewah deliberately intended to lower Thomas's reputation in the eyes of the public when he posted 14 statements on Facebook between March 25, 2020, and June 9, 2020.

Howling horror
Bad weather leaves trail of destruction across Trinidad

Strong winds affect CAL, hangar roofs blown off

Farley: Give Tobago 5% of budget
Minister of Finance Colm Imbert has announced that October 2 is budget day. The Assembly has requested $4.54 billion from the central government.

Kamla calls for laptops, school grants for students

HOPE party launches budget talks
KAREN NUNEZ-TESHEIRA, deputy leader of the HOPE party and former PNM finance minister, said the country needs true leadership to bring back disaffected members of the public alienated by a lack of action in the public sphere, such as non-functional port scanners against TT's thriving drug trade.

57,240 came to Tobago for 2022 Carnival
THA Secretary of Tourism, Culture, Antiquities and Transportation Tashia Burris has revealed that 57,240 domestic passengers travelled to Tobago during last year's inaugural October carnival.

OWTU stalwart dies from COVID-19
In the eulogy, Hyatali's only daughter, Fariah, moved mourners to tears as she recounted her father's journey, including his 35 years in the oil industry, his encyclopedic knowledge of the refinery's operations and his ability to explain intricate details of the various plants.

She said Hyatali started as a labourer at Texaco and retired as a material analyst in the Materials Department at Petrotrin.

Funeral body boss on condition of murdered siblings' bodies:
Association of Funeral Professionals of Trinidad and Tobago president Keith Belgrove is advising the parents of the four Peterkin murder victims to explore their legal options over the state their bodies were allowed to deteriorate to before autopsies were conducted.

Funeral assoc head tells father of Guanapo 4: Police to blame for decaying bodies

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